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Corruption Watch releases biannual corruption trends report
Corruption Watch releases biannual corruption trends report
How much would a prospective driver be asked to pay to get a driver’s licence? It depends on the municipality, Corruption Watch reports. The...
Budgeting to fight corruption
Budgeting to fight corruption
Renewed vigour to tackle corruption head-on was palpable in National Treasury’s 2018 budget, tabled in parliament on Wednesday.
Government stopped apartheid victims from receiving better compensation— Ntsebeza
Government stopped apartheid victims from receiving better compensation— Ntsebeza
A people’s tribunal on economic crimes in South Africa has heard submissions on how big corporations evaded the Truth and Reconciliation...
Hamba kahle Mntungwa, a militant diplomat of note
Hamba kahle Mntungwa, a militant diplomat of note
Tuesday morning. It’s absurdly early. Arthritis is a ruthlessly efficient alarm clock.
GovChat site for sale – but there are some strings attached
GovChat site for sale – but there are some strings attached
NEWS ANALYSISThe government’s official social media platform is for sale, probably to a foreign-owned multinational company.
Government to cut public sector wages
Government to cut public sector wages
In a bid to reassure foreign investors, the ratings agencies and the South African public, Finance Minister Pravin ­Gordhan announced that...
Blight of the second term haunts Zuma
Blight of the second term haunts Zuma
The long-standing tensions between the ANC and the government have resurfaced, showing once more the difficulties that arise when party presidents...
A serpent lurks in the garden of plurality
A serpent lurks in the garden of plurality
The Constitution strikes a delicate balance between our right to believe – or not believe – in whichever god(s) we choose to. Unlike many other...
US cities are swinging to the left
US cities are swinging to the left
After Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992 one of his key aides, Rahm Emanuel, sat in the campaign's favourite restaurant in Little Rock,...
Twenty years later, where is South Africa going?
Twenty years later, where is South Africa going?
I voted in Orlando West, Soweto, on May 7 while covering the poll for the BBC just as I did 20 years ago. On that amazing day of April 27 1994 I...

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